How can you tell when your cat is relaxed?--Post your pictures here


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Sep 19, 2006
Glendale, CATifornia
What a sweet thing to say! She is quite new to us and we have been fattening her up! She was riddled with giardia (and probably lots of nutritional deficiencies) had a litter of 4 or 5 kittens by the time we got her (on her way back to the streets of San Jose fro whence she came. The woman who was supposed to return her just couldn't bring herself to do it. In the first picture below she had just had a litter of kittens and she's still a kitten herself 3 months later! When she arrived she was SUPER-awkward, didn't really know how to use her feet and food would fall out of her mouth when she tried to eat it, so she's come a long way. Though her name is Disco Janet, she is quite often just Bad Janet ;)

Before (just in September 2021):
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After: 3 months later; the Tortitude is strong with this one.
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I do appear to enjoy talking about my cats :redheartpump::kitty:
You're definitely my kind of person, then! Good work! She bears little resemblance to that poor little waif.
I adopted our beloved angel Tarifa, who left us in August 2020 at 17, from a friend who did rescue/adoptions out of our local Petco. She was 11 months old and came highly recommended. I told my friend that we needed a very social, friendly kitten who would fit right in to a multi-cat family. Right away, she recommended her. From the moment she joined us until the moment she left us, she never fought, never met a cat or a person she didn't like, and was always the sweetest, friendliest, most personality-plus of cats. She is SORELY missed. I'd never thought about a tortoiseshell before I met her, as I'd never known one. Now, I can't stop thinking about a tortoiseshell. :hearthrob: :dancingblackcat::hearthrob::heartshape:
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